The annualVehicle Show rolls into the new year at the Lee Civic Center this January 27 through 30, Trade Association-Region One President Everett Henkel III announced in a press release.
Theshow returns after its cancelation last season due to the COVID and supply chain issues. This year’s event provides attendees the opportunity to see the latest and best products available to RVers and lovers of the great offered by a slew of local , Everett said.
“Attendees can view hundreds ofaged 2017 and newer of all different types, sizes, and prices,” he said. “This family-friendly event focuses on the fun, flexibility, and affordability RVing provides consumers of all ages.”
Units that will be showcased include gas and diesel park models, and van featuring all styles, brands, and price ranges., , toy haulers, ,
“For years, theShow has been the top show in and the Southeast simply because of the high-quality products, outstanding displays, and competitive prices,” said Everett. “I’m proud to say this emphasis on quality has enabled the show to grow into the largest -sponsored show in and one of the largest shows in the Southeast.”
Besides RVs, attendees can check out over 50and vendors displaying equipment and accessories to help outfit RVers or provide information. Items include new towing systems, specialized lighting insurance, unique equipment, and where to throughout the nation.
and maintenance seminars also will be offered for free daily.
The 36th AnnualShow is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday (January 27, 28, 29, 30). Admission is only $10 with children under 16 free.
Parking is free courtesy of theTrade Association. To reach the Lee Civic Center, take exit 143 (State Road 78) and go east 3 miles.